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Saturday, Jan. 9
Shabbat Service with Torah Service
Friday, January 15
Shabbat Service with Installation of Johanna Schoss as President of Temple Sinai & Say goodbye to Alex & Yelena Elkind before they move to Atlanta, GA to live near their daughter Polina.
Community Mitzvah Day of Service Sunday, Jan. 17: 9AM - 2PM
Bins will be placed outside the Chapel entrance in front of the Synagogue.
Make at Home & Deliver to TS:
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in separately wrapped zip lock bags to be given to the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden. Wheat bread is preferred. Make one or a one hundred and one!
Buy & Deliver to Temple Sinai:
· Black men’s socks to be donated to the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden.
· Food or cash donations to continue Temple Sinai’s generosity to the Bread of Life Food Pantry.
· Winter Coat collection will be taken to the PR Civic Association in Hammonton to assist migrant farm worker families.
“It is not what one says,
but rather what one does,
that makes all the difference in the world.” -Pirkeo Avot 1:17
Introducing the Temple Sinai
Jewish Movie Club
Temple Sinai is starting a monthly Movie Club much like a Book Club in which you watch the movies at your convenience and then we come together to review and discuss them. Join us!
Let Rose or Elaine Pinchuk know that you have signed up for Chai Flicks and we will send you a reminder for Movie Club Nights.
See this movie on Chai Flicks, a new streaming service dedicated to Jewish cinema with over 150 Jewish and Israeli movies only seen at the Jewish Film Festivals. It's like a Jewish Netflix.
Tuesday, January 26 at 7PM: Review of Left Luggage
Isabella Rossellini leads a powerhouse cast in the moving and emotional drama LEFT LUGGAGE, winner of the 1998 Berlin Film Festival! A Jewish philosophy student (Laura Fraser, "Breaking Bad", 'Better Call Saul") accepts a job as a nanny with a Hasidic Jewish family in 1970's Antwerp, Belgium. She has little knowledge and sympathy for their many centuries-old rules. Through her bond with the family's five-year old son, she learns to accept and respect a culture steeped in traditions, inspiring her to find the true values of life.